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el RAVAL!

El Raval (Catalan pronunciation: is a neighbourhood in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Spain. The neighborhood, especially the part closest to the port, was also informally known as Barri xinès, meaning “Chinatown” El Raval is one of the two historical neighborhoods that border the la Rambla (the other being the Barri Gòtic). The neighborhood is home to 200,000 people. An area historically infamous for its nightlife and cabarets, as well as prostitution and crime, El Raval has changed significantly in recent years and, due to

its central location, has become a minor attraction of Barcelona. It is currently the home to a very diverse immigrant community (47.4% of its population was born abroad[1]), ranging from Pakistanis and Indonesians, to a more recent Eastern European community, especially from Romania. It is home to many bars, restaurants, and night spots. The northern border of the neighborhood is marked by Plaça Catalunya and Plaça Universitat, and the street which connects them, Carrer de Pelai. the west and south, the neighborhood is


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